We love traveling to Chicago, and in fact, these ways to save on parking in Chicago are some we’ve discovered during our many visits to the Windy City. There is no better city to experience amazing food, culture, and family-friendly attractions, but if you are paying tons of money just to park at your destinations, it kills the desire to travel. These tips make it more affordable than ever!
If you’ve been following the blog, you probably already know how much I love escape rooms. We’ve added it to our Top Rainy Day Date Ideas, and our Fall Bucket List for Couples. If you’ve never done an Escape Room before, you should definitely check it out. We do them all over…while we are on vacation, out visiting friends, or just want a fun date night around town. Throughout our Escape Room experiences, we have found some rooms are very well put together, and some…well, not so much. We have been to our fair share of good ones, and plenty of rooms that are sad excuses for an “Escape Room”. So, when we find awesome ones, we definitely want to share, so you can enjoy them as well.
Have you ever wanted to drive an exotic car? Maybe learn how you can drive a Lamborghini, Porsche, Ferrari, Corvette? Would you love to head on down to the speedway, sit in the passenger seat of a professional racer driver, or even drive an exotic car on a racetrack yourself? Check out our Xtreme Xperience Review below!
OK, 3rd top of the world now! That’s right, we’re talking the Willis Tower (you may know it better as the Sears Tower…formerly the tallest building in the world) in Chicago. I remember going to the top observation deck 12 years ago, when it was still Sears Tower. Our youngest sister actually lost her very first tooth up there…it’s a fun family story for all of us. So I was way excited to go again, now that they have the glass “ledge”. That would’ve been enough excitement in itself, but did you know you can have a super romantic, (and fairly exclusive), dinner up there?! I had no idea that was a thing and jumped at the opportunity, as soon as I learned of Skydeck’s “Pie in the Sky” event.